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Far the iir.
rnrroa: I hsts iu,t ed f'0!n f,or
tour: ad hiUl
but befor I cotniuence the rela
""' rheST 1 must rlfil pwtou premi.
Ve'- eRrMt nelj-hbar. who
A T-Svioi mhnic, W h'v
toU,nJ fi w whilst I wu at work,
b' f?-Vhiih the rroto.UuU of this
country bsb calhoJic, , .New Or
Indulncesarn u h,,..th, thourhl recurred
"' . . "l..fth rroletlantsin ot rcoun-
,, me w " for.. Mla b "there
righte-"' - ... ..t,i, or influence.
,bM Z?bVpUutei. or because the Prea
lieoXdUe hi- bre.d ..d bolter, the
' ll"dUS"o the letler-th. re-
fiction is true .ad r'""1:
0 "r.hrtenaa church I
bore a conuauous
Til rrwj' .Tfulu,. of idaverv.
J'ffl, isltt inclusive. And in
ibc-bo:nbol. were tocher, IJ to
' M-'wecousider the voluntary eoslavinf
world . wec humB by MO,B, M.
'.ilhtioa of the roost precious aui sacred
nioUU9 3 ' uttery inconsistent
.wtWij ii , lt j principles of
irfChrU" Vet most churches in
tTool. wiU MIwJlp. .t least ia tbeir
.-mul thwh. .re pr.cU.ine
F , Tier have said i ry inconnu
. hw f .J. a whe. God ha.
''ii iKi, -rot to keep company, if
or u ist..tii. - - ----- ----
And alnioct every wwthjiw.xu,u-
w - .i i f .rm of eitonion; vet Intul-
for tiie take of
!noev.'Plrity number, union;
or fur fear
nort opposed tot4very
tti.a the Preebyteriaa
'".ueir oi.-ipline published in 1797, page
4C will ! f-nnd !" "O8- "The co ,d,,ioa
of 'amiioB iuto these wcietiea U adeaire to flee
ne m rath to come, and to be saved from their
" "hn U fitted to be ihown y iu fruiU, and
therefore it U eipected that all perwn. wi.l
erinre thi by avoi.iin evil of every km 1, ch
at ther " 'lin(I ot n,fn women orchil
area with an"intutiiB lo ennUre them.
Taey miclit buv for ihe purpoae ofemancipa
Uof t i-m iameuitely, but with the intention
efeuwun.cim, tliev might not. And upon
t;.e authority v( two old jieniona, cue in this
county ana one ia Mon coaoty, I learn thw
c.ue' of tiie iiicipIino was onco put in force,
rit'-a any pernon violated it. In their present
Pi inline, on the subject of alavery, th y y,
'Wear as much as ever convinced of th (rreal
etiio.'s.avery: and therefore no alarehoMtr shall
bceifitle to any official station in aurrhtrch
hereafter, w here the laws of tha Slate in which
helives wiil admit of eu.aucipat.on, and aermil
the litwmted slave to enjoy freedom." These
are tre publUheJ wordsof Ihe Mothodist E pisco
pl tharch, and the Church South. And yet
t-er tuy and enslave their brethren and BiHters
n-b tnem of the right of peronal ownrshlp,
the procis of their labor, ihe right to person
al security, the right to their companioas and
Use chilaren of their bodie: and worst of all,
ti e right to worship God lien, and where they
choose. Often these brethren and aistera are
old iutalhehands of merciless traders. And oh!
i.alltnisdonebv those who are Christiana t the
followers of that benevolent and coiapaaaionale
Saviour? and who profesato love their neighbor
at themoelvea, and to do nnto others at they
would others should do unto them? Why this
iaaulgence; why ehould they grant to a lay
inemtvr auy more indulgence than to a travel
inp preacher ?" If it is wrong for traveling
preacher to bold his fellow men ia boudng, is it
not wrong also for the lay member to do aoT
Hud I room on this sheet, I ehould make aome
quotations from oor Baptist brethren, anJ show
ttut with them also is found the Bale of indul
Next wek I must give yon an interesting
iawview between one ofoarciliten and a Meth
odic preacher w ho by the way I believe ia a good
in in ia heart.
Yours, in behalf of Emancipation.
JOHN C. FEE.
Ci Check, P.
Lewis Co., Ky.. Oct. 2Gth, 1S47.
Arrival t. rjU.
The tamer Gondolier arrived here on the 7th
iast. frora f-t. Lou's. Commodore R. V. Stock
Ion. Lieut. 'm. II. Thompson, U. S. navy, aiJ
Major Archibald H.Gillespie, Capt. Samuel J.
Healev. Mr. J. Parker Nrri,and Mr. William
Simmont, who have just returned from Cali
fornia, were passenger in the Gondolier. We
gather through these gentlemen the following
Commodore Stockton arrived at St Jcseph,
Mo., ea tlie2Cth olt., with aa escort of 43 men,
commanfed by Mj. Gillespie ; left Sacramento
valley Jul v 19tlt ; journey aero very pleasant,
bad but two clavs' rain ; saw many Indians up
oa the road from California to the Missouri ; met
Urge number of emigrants for Oregon and
Ciiiforuia; 1,12 wagon passed Fort Laramie
for the West, 110 of which were Mormons
cm their road Uth new Zioa, at the Great Halt
Naval.. At San Francisco U. S. ship Col
utaUis, Com. Biddle, to sail for the U. State
oatheSth of July, vi. Valparaiso and Riode
1 ng.ta Congress, Lt- John II. Livingston,
Julv 27. Arrival of razee Independence, Com.
Shubrick. from Maiatlan. Also, the pixe
Mal-k Adkel, Lt. Schenck, and achoouar i ulia,
Lt. Selrieu to be sold at San Francisco.
At Monterev Sloop-of-war Warren, Com
mamJer Hull, nnfit for sea. Storeahip Eri.Lt
Com. Watson. Priie ship Admittance, con
demned by Judge Colton as lawful prize t the
Sioops-ef-war Portsmoath, Com. Montgom
ery, aud Cyane, Com. Dnpont, at Maxtttlan,
Sloop-of-war Preble, Com. Shields, at Callao.
Store ship Lexington, IA. Com. Biily. con
veying two companiea of Col. Stevenson's re
giment to San Jose, Cape St- Lucas Lower
California, Lt. Colonel Beuton commanding.
Atar. At Sonoma Capt Brackett's com
pany, Stevenson's regiment.
At San Francisco Maj. Hardin command
ing, with two companies of Col. Stevennon's
At Monterey Col. Mason, mlliUry and civil
Governor Company F, 3d regiment of artille
ry, Ltt. Sherman, Loeson, and Minor. CapU.
Nageeaad Shannon'a companiea of N. Y. vol
nnteera, Stevenson's regiment
At ?anU Barbara, Capt. Lippet' company N.
At 4h Ciudad de toa Angelos, Col. Steven
son and two companies of his regiment; com
pany C, 1st dragoone, Lieut. Smith command
ing, Lieut. Davidson and Stevenson, aud Ass't
Sargeon John Griffin.
Fear companies of Mormon volunteers were
discharged Julv 16th. A considerable number
of them were passed bv Com. Stockton's tarty
ea their return to the United States for their
families lo take them to the new settlemeat at
At San Diego, one company of Mormon vo!
nnleers ; in:e diecharced.
One bastion of the fort at Monterey waa near
ly cone.tm gans were mounted, and on thu 4th
uf Jaly a salute waa fired from it.
The country was quiet Very few merchant
ii'ix-is were upon thecoast with roods: a aup-
I'.f waa much wanted, particularly coffee, ten,
sugar, ory goods, and tools ror sgricultore.
Vrmtm the Ha :.
The New Orlcan Picayune of the 20th nit.,
has aome additional item of new from SaUillo
end Matamoraa by the U. S. propeller Secre Ury
Walker. We clip out such of them aa seem to
nav any interest.
The propeller brought over Lt Col. Randall,
oeputy i ay master General, aud forty-two sick
ana discharged soldiers.
Th Picayune says:
We have been kindly furniwhed by a paasen
fr, with the Mataraoru Flag of the 20th Inst
That paper reports "no Improvement in the
neaju) r the city."
There waa a report at Matamoraa, on the 16th
inst, that an army mail bad been capturtd at
rapauailo by tb Mexicans, ana some impor
tant letters InsL We bono it mar be mere ru
mor. Wo have ads motors of a Mtxicau force
having bee's seen near Mier. Quit doubtful
The editor of tb Flag har aeon n copy of
i no inula del Uobierno of tb 4ta last 1 be
Mextean army and Its otfiears ar overely de-
stoancM as coward tad tynnta.
17 JTir d omlo.tion of Frotesunu i. our
h'd' i' thinr and John says, '.II Hi-
nrif hteeits n"S I.. ..be.
There art Iwe stwamcre from Europe the
riiildd'-lphia and Caledonia.
The money-prwareeti2l continues in Eng
nd.end bretd itff.:and collon have declined.
We Lear of moie distrera ludeed, ertry
thing, commerclully, wore a gloomy aspect iu
England. T)e Koyal Bank of Liverpool had
suspended; the Hit of failure! largely Inc reaned.
Wheat the lowest point has boon attained, we
shall bear of the restoration of confidence, and
a better Main of things.
Politically, very little waa doing ia England.
Ill IrtUnd the wlater prospects seemed gloomy
enough. And many parts of the country were
dwply agitated eo much ao that strong reo
U.tious were passed, looking to n charge in the
liuded system, at the only meant of permanent
relief to Ireland. The people of Tipperary say:
That of natural right, on the grant of God,
tit $eilof rrfeae Mogt U l ptotlt of Irf
Uad, who have, the re ft re, a clear vested rigdt of
property in that soil to the extent of full, com
fortable, Independent and aecure aubaistence
therefrom, which never could or can be purled
with, pass or perUh; and wkiek as atcer en
i rtk, sore Uagthof Bdctrtt pottmio can
tmi' rntntft , bar, ar diminitk
That the People of Iroland have been for ages
deprived of the bnuefit of their natural right of
property in their own soil, that their right has
been in practical effect utterly defeatd and di
vested, and Ik! it now rrquirt to lit attrled,t
foi'ctd and tttmbliaked.
That the cluim of the occupying tenants of the
oil to a full aud stilTirient subsistence out of the
crp they have raised; and to a sufficiency of
sottd for the neat year's crop, is prior and superi
or to every other claim whutsoever.
That the subkistence of the Peopln of Irelaud
ia In danger and require to be defended, protect
ed and secured.
That iu defence of our right of life, property,
and security for subsistence, we do hereby re
solve and coustitote ourselves iuto a public
League or Ataoeiition, under the name of the
Tipperary Tenaut League.
The commencement of this league baa exci
ted quite a sensation. It is thought that every
county will have sue. Mr. Dohony la address
ing the people said:
At prvsent there being no other resource but
land ia thia country, there are at least 5,001) per
sons looking for each form that is to bu let. The
reiit U regulated not by what the land is really
worth not by compact betweea luudlord aud
tenaut (for i'eny (i(n rriemrnt hating
necessity for lite oasis of it ia m ctmpaet at all,)
but it is regulated by the great competition
which unfortunately exists. . 1 ask Par
iia.Tient to interfere and pay a law immediately,
or their law will come too late; for it i idle to
suppose that this nation can endure much lon
ger, tortured and oppresned as she is ou all sides.
Last yer the entire potato crop waa lost.
The government h:td authentic information of
thl calamity early in July. At that time thecorn
laws weie in exutence, the etlWl of which
wai to prevent any foreign corn coming to
England, iu order that they might g'eun from
tliMCOuntry every particle of her produce. Outs,
barley and wheat wer taken away from us to
the lust grain, uud why Because the govern
ment said the merchant of Euglaud must be
coEsulted. A fitality followed that export of
oar provUious. The people dii.d iu myriads ao
fast did they perish that in Cork a fcinglo coflin
sufticed for one parish.
During the tune the distress was at its
height in Ireland the English men-of-war were
lying idle iu the docks, and the government per
emptorily rcfuKsd to .How them to be used iu
car-ying food to suve the Irish from starvation.
But the American nation, against whom some of
us have even fought, perceived our miseries
from aftr, and determined to alleviate them, aud
their charity supplied to the starving subjects of
the mistress of the sea, ia vessels conquered
from her power, the food whiclt she refused to
give us. (LouJ cheering. ) "
Mean-time ail who can, of theluboringclasees,
are quilting Ireland, aud seeking a borne chiefly
among us. To give an idea of the emigration
frora the Uuitei Kisgdom, that is Fug'and, Ire
land, Scotland, we subjoin the following official
retoros for the last twenty two years, submitted
to Parliament, March 1-47:
2 its IS n 6
H'i e,T4t 5.11 41 IM 14X91
rifc I8 3 116 SOW
lt7 14- TlS 114 2H.U03
WM WJ"I7 ITS M.WJ
It.. I3.U7 li.:t) .0I ITT 5MW
:w74 2 4. NT l.Hi TW4 M.9i'T
H ,i7 S1.4I IJfil 114 "1.160
IH.U J,T33 146 IU3.WO
imt ecxiiH W.IW 4."3 ilT HJti7
134 iJ0 33JT.4 8j '.-'
IfZi lij:3 i'C.TaO HmW J2J 44.4
I'M 34.i 37.:7 3.HM S3 TJ.4IT
I8.T7 S4 36 S.Oi4 3M T.l34
4.577 MX 14.0il 33,i
f3- llf.6W 33.W li.THI tl' S-.VJUT
lel 3iS0S Mi 15.MSO 1,9 On.743
le4l 4ijnT 8.7t llfjtn
1 .IS3 : "j;t4 l.-ttt li''--M4
1M:i V3JIP '34 3.47i l.frtl 5'.U
MI S2..'4 43IWI S--9 17J ?0.6r
l"4. JlJ A'" H.l J.T 03 I
IrM 4t!9 WJO 1.34" J$ lJ9Ail
Total titfiA "10.4MJ 124J42 17,'.7 I.479J27
"Average an anal emigration from the United
Kingdom for the last twenty-two years,
FANct is full of Reform banquet. The
great move at Chateau Kouge, of wnicn we
gave a detailed account, is being followed every
where, and in the eomo spirit The reformers
ar organixlng and concentrating. Ere they
have done they will prove that Parlt is not
France. They move cautiously but boldly.
Beauvallion indicted for perjury, in the case
of lite duel in which Dujarrier fell, was found
guilty, ndcoudinued to eight yeara imprison
ment. A commercial treaty had been entered into be
tween France and Fersia.
iTALVffrom Frrara Oct 1st, Turin Oct.2J, Na
ples Sept 27) is still very much agitated. The
course of the Austrian i very doubtful. Ou
the 6tn Sept.it was said that they would yield
up the military potts In Ferrara. On the first
lt wss asserted they were introducing arm and
amuaition into the city. 1 et later account
say, however, that the Anstriani had departed.
Wo think thU likely. For at Undine on the
15th Sept a Croatian battalion shouteJJ'Long
life Pius 9lh." and joined the Hungarian offi
cer in swearing that they would not in any case
carrv arms in Italy. Austria cannot rely on
her c wn soldiery.
Nacxjs has been out-wilted and her soldiery
beaten, by the Insurgent Calsbriaos. scorn,
their leader, defies the King.and the King's offi
cer and soldiers were joining him. Ksples was
in a stale of aiege. Every point was guarded.
Palermo was ready for revolt Oct 3d, a mili
tary review took place at Turin; the people were
silent, and, lettertate, that their discontent
afierrardt was strongly expressed in every lonn
of speech. . "They all determined to have Lib-
mm I 1 I a
erty." "Italy mut be two." o noui.i nm
. . . 1.1. - A
be atall surprised to Dear of tiie oeiuronemcui
of the present King, and the elevation of bis
brother, Ltapald of 8yraue, who la lor rworm
and freedom. He rare a great dinner at Pome,
in BeHomber. Some of the boldest jiriU of
Sicilv were at It, and, pointing to him, gave, as
a to", the future King of Sicily. Count Lu
doff. the ambassador from Naples Immed.atoly
SwrrxMLASOkeemi war-clad. Yet wo be
lt... .11 her dlffirultisa will be arranged. Two
points harrass hr first, the Sonderbond, se
cond, the expulsion of the Jesuits frora Lucerne
The division, not originating in religistiecifr.sr-
eucw, have been mado to assume a religious
chancUr, and now n contest betweea Catholic
and ProteatauU. That th Sonderboad 1 con
trary to the geooral law, wa think Tory likely;
bnt taat the Diet has aay power to dismiss th
Jesuiu from La corn e, or luterfere, in any way,
with the opinion and creeds of the Cantons, no
sane man eeg ht to assert Even the prominent
Prouataat VaaL Merle D'Aubigae, Malan,
Sic. &c-, claim no aneh right
If a calmer hour arrtv and wa ant sure it
willwhen the Deputies own dallborau foe all
Swiuerlai), these difficulties will cease. Franco
end Austr a are doing what they can to foment
them. Eutthe Catholic Cantons are for peace;
"guaranty tis" say they, "safety, Independence,
overeigati,and we are one with yon." The
larger Protestant Cantons, on the other hand,
aHlriii.'uhat they will not resort to arms unless
driven to do so." If the parties can meet In
this temper, make a juot government, breuk np
the clan and claunlshnesa of Switzerland, and
Instead of saving different cuatoma, lawa, and
language, astablish a national bond of union
and thus scture a natitatl spirit and name
Switxerlund will be free and prosperous!
We give to detail of the arming of various
Cantons ai we do not believe they will be need
ed iu any heme conflict.
SraiN la iu the hands of Narvaei and of
France she will soon hare another crisis.
Portugal is as bad off, every way, aa she can be.
Austbja itrides along, recognising no law
but force, aid knowing no rnle, but a pnre des
potism. Sh thinka herself safe, because ber
monarch has a big standing army, and guns
wherewith to shoot down people who think too
freely, or ta.k too much. But in the provinces,
every body bates the King, and Hungary and
Bohemia rekise to pay taxes'. Thia ia rank trea
son to royal y. But the Gallician diet will com
mit it, alno.aaJ, in the end, the King will be
forced to fall, or do ns the people denire. Every
aign from tie country indicates a social revolu
tionand the overthrow of its rank despotism.
We care not bow soon. The civllixed world
want no lletternicU's or monsters to rule over
it or any part of it.
The cholera is said to be at Odessa and
traai Vera 4'rns.
The Wusbington Union says that no despatch
es had bevn received by the steamer Alabama
from Gen. Scott' army. It publishes the fol
lowing extracts from two letters:
Via Caux, Oct. 18, 1S47.
Even thing was quiet i'n Mexico. At Quere
tero, the fovernincut, such a it it, was getting
more pacilic. Seuor Pena y Pen. had ordered
Santa Anna back for trial; whether he would go
is very uncertain. His troops which he brought
to Puebla, aud those under Alvarex and Kea,
who joined him as soou as they heard that Gen.
Lane was marching on, deserted him by com
pares. He was at last date, at San Andrea.
Other important information haa reached us that
Seuor Cueva. former minister, had been called
into the cabinet. His reply was, "If negotia
lions are opened, I w ill join you; otherwise, I
cannot;" uud so he has accented. That is the
last information we have. If they are more in
clined for peace, the reinforcement now going
up which will amount to aa many troops as
Gen. Scott hat now in the city of Mexico, will
hurry on the desire to negotiate, before it i too
laU', or, in fact, before their nationality i loat
Geii. Patterson will move up in all thia week.
Gen. Laue will find no difficulty in reaching
Pui-bla, and Col. Child will be much relieved
by hi presence.
Vesa Cart, Oct. 20, 1847.
I h tJ the honor to address yon on the lth,
.nit .hl.a(fh t'.i extra of to-dav's Genius of
Liberty give intelligence from above, which
loea not look so nucibc, I believe Pen y Pena,
aud othera of hi stamp, will induce Congress
to make peace; and as regards Parades, th more
he work for hi party, the nearer are we to negotiation-
All around Ihe city of Mexico there i a large
peace party, and I have reason to believe there
are many of the most resectable citizens in
Vera Crux. Jalapa, aud Puebla, who are ardent
lr iahinir for Deuce, or. rather, that they could
be aaoureU that the alar and atripe would float
over tUteir a id their childreu a heads.
Vic-tinu ov Fbieios. At the yearly meeting
f the Society ef Friends, held at Baltimore,
recently, they protested against warsiu general,
and the war with .Mexico in particular egain.i
the Institution of slavery and ita further exten
sion, and against Odd Fellowship, Free Mason
ry, and serint Institutions geuerally, a well aa a
raid or a hired ministry.
t Vrtimir Ladv. We learn from the
ri.iladeliihiii News that the widow of Ur. Keni
Rush yet live, and reside in that city at the
ace of 90 year. She retain the complete use
of all her faculties, and is believed to be the on
ly surving partner of any of the tearless ana
patriotic men, who pledged life, honor, and for
t ine, in luiepeudeuc Hail.
The ship Empire, wilh 372 officers and man
on board, struck a coral reef, on the night ot
tiio 17lh nit, and the paswnjers and crew were
forced to Itke ehelter on an Island, where they
remained tea days, when they were taken offby
two vessels bound for Charleston, at which place
177 had arrived and the balance were hourly ex
Died at his Post. Th Rev. Mr. Tappan.
long known in New York a the Chaplain ot
the Alma ilousoat Bellevue. fell against the pul
pit ou Sundsy evening week, as he was about
to enter it, quite insensioie, ana expirru uimw
A Greek maid twine asked what fortune she
hid for her husbaud. answered "I will bring
bin what is more valuable than any treasure
a heart unrotted, and virtue without a atain.
which i all that descended to me from my pa
rents." How teaulifully expressed.
Akothf.b rowota Mill Explosion. The
powder mill of Mer. Lama ox. nmtin, in
Greene county, N. Y., about aix milea I rem me
North river, exploded ubounu o ciocn on mj
morning of the 1st inst. Three or the work
men were killed.
IImcoxstitcthwal. The Supreme Court of
Pennsylvania, nw in session lit Pittsburgh, th
Harriburg Tribune ayn, have decided the "No
License Law" f Pennnylvanla to be nneonati
tulional. Tar.Asuar Notes Outstanding. The state-
menu of the U. S. Remitter, of the 1st InsUnt,
show that there were at that date outstanding
Treasury Notes to the amount of $15,207,-
A Maniac The wif of Capt. G. K. Smith,
of Syracuse, N. York, who was killed in the
bailie of Hinr'H Mills, is a penect maniac, ana
refuse to bnllev) that hr husband la dead.
Ri'ssia and Aw-TaiAThe Emperors of the
two countries have forbidden all persons to erect
magnetic Telegraph, nnle by their pciai
permutsion. St itTriSnne.
The French Government have established a
bounty for the encouragement or tna growtn
of the Black Wiilnut of America in France.
The interest oi the Slock of the State of Ala
bama dne on the first inst., is being paid at the
Phoenix Bank in New l ork.
The steamship Nsmgunsett, from Charleston,
wrecked on Mosquito Intel, (norma,; on
the 22J ultimo. The passengers and crew were
Edwin Crossivelt. Eo... the Editor of the Al
bany Argus, kss announced hie intention, alter
the present campaign, to retire from political
A man anked Lord Brougham what wa
meant hv an 6i7 "It 1 a lie oy wnicn
m.nv a ropue cacaoes naiielnr, replied hla
j - -
Rrvctc The bank in New York city have on
hand $7,992,003 in specie, and the aub-lreaaury
in that city ha S'uu.uuu.
re.n Caotain Henry Erkhire, of the Low
iburg, Va., voluuteers, dl.sd at Monterey on
I.tmoBANT. 13,600 Immigrant arrived at
the port of New York during the montn oi w
The Rnilwara In New York, commenced car
rying freight under the new law, on the let
inst. They pay the same toll to the States as the
Th United State Circuit Court was opened
.t r.lumhua on the 6th imt. hot Judge Mc
Lean not being present, little bnslaes wa done.
The ateamer out on the 1st. took $299.369 1 n
Tno Coroner of New York hold 104 Inqnaata
Political Move iiia. I
There are two result In the free State wor
thy of some note and reflection.
The first Is, the jnaclien of three parti
Liberty, Independent, and Whig In New
Hampshire. Mr. Colby was nominated by
Whigs, at the W hlg State Convention. Ho de
cllned. The Convention then chose Mr. Baaav,
a member of the Liberty party. The organs of
these three divisions support heartily the nomi
nation The second U, tha iVrw VeritVciea. Itwlll
not do to call thia a Whig triumph. It la not
so. The regular Convention of the Democracy
undertook to blink th qneation of the extension
of slavery Into new territory. The masses be
came disatisfied refuaed to vote or voted the
Whig ticket and hence the Whiga swept th
State by an overwhelming majority.
These result show plainly enough that the
people of these State will not, In any event,
consent, by their vote, to au extension of slave
Flobjda Elxctio. According to the Jack
sonville News, the party composition of the
Senate of Florida, will be Whigs, 12; Demo
crats, 7. The House will stand, it thinks,
Whigs, 20; Democrats, 19.
Prnsvlvamia Elxctiok. The popular Whiff
and Democratic vote is as follows:
The Native vote this year Is 11,247; the lib
erty vote is set down at 1,700, iu round num
The Legislature will be aa follows:
Senate ... 19 14
House ... 36 61
VOTE ON THK EXTINSIO or SrCFBACE TO COLOIED
raorLC IN CONNECTICVT.
County. Yea. No.
Hartford - - 1,343 3,666
Hew Haven -1,045 3,rJ4
New London - - 434 2,543
Fairfield ... 302 2,7tf
Windham (.CO 1,152
Litchfield ... 680 3,22
Middlesex ... 521 1,412
Tolland ... 368 1,184
Total - - 5,353 19,148
The National Era, referring to Mr. Calhoun's
famous bill to prohibit, by law, the circulation
of anli-alavery paper In th South, says thai
Mr. Buchanan voted for 1 and Mr. Dtnton
against it Mr. Clatf and Mr. Critkndtn op
posed it, also. As this bill may not be familiar
to our readers, we quote from the Era a correct
dUcriptioa of it:
The bill assumes, firsl, that the States have
the right to pass laws abridging th liberty of the
press; secondly, it proposes to give them the ex
plicit sauction of Congress; thirdly, it propose,
oy fine and dismissal from office, to compel all
postmaster (the official of the General Gov
ernment) lo aid, to the extent of their power,
in carrying these law into effect; fourthly, it
seeks tocouvert tbe Post Office Department into
an Inquisitorial Cenorahip, and coaslitut every
petty postmaster throughout tin leugth and
breadth of the land an absolute luquisiior, with
power to examine into the character ef every
publication transmitted through hi hand; and,
if he see proper, to withhold it from the citi
zen to whom it is sent.
Soalh Carolina is very busy, aolitically speak
ing. In days gene by, there existed in this
jut a central club that club gave notice of
political movement to the aliliated socieiies
in the different district1 snd taereupon they
acted. We presume the old order of thing is
not changed. For we observe that district after
district is speaking that is, passing preambles
and reeolvea, of almost uniform spirit. Th
only division we have to note is, between the
Caatfkamera and aaii-caauhamera that is to
say, between those who contend, if Congrea re
fuse to txtrnd slavery, that all Southern Sena
tors and representative should return bom,
at onco by those who oppose thi step, va
rious modes of resistance are urged such
Refusing any Commercial privileges to the
Tbe Barnwell resolutions, as adopted, contain
-Rt$olved, That it bo recommended to the
Legislature of this Sute, at iu next session, to
instruct and requaat the senator and Kepre'
entatives of thisSutein ths Congress of the
United States, in tls event th Wilmot Proviso,
or anv other noposition affirming the same or
similar principles, should pas that body, to re
tire forthwith from their eeats, and return to
their constituents, to consult on the measures
proper to be adopted for the protection of the
laveholding Stale; and
"'Rttalrxd, farther. A th interest and honor
ef the lv State, in thi important crisis, in
some measure depend on unity of action, on
their part that our fellow-citizen of the South
be respectfully invited to take the subject of the
preceding resolution Into consideration, and
rive a nromot. plain, and fearless expression of
Th Liberty National Coavaution, th nomi
nating of which we have noticed passed the fol
"Remnltd, That the paramount object of the
iberty party ie the abolition of alavery in the
United States, by the constitutional acts of the
Federal and State Governments.
"Retoleed, That the Government of the Uni
ted States ia one of specific and limited powers,
conferred by the people through the Constitu
tion; and among those powers there is none to
institute or sanction slavery.
"Rttaletd, That slavery being of such a at'
tore that it la incapable of being sastaiued ex
cept by positive law, and the legislative power
of the Government being incompetent to enact
or establish such law, it necessarily follows, that
slavery cannot constitutionally exist In any ter
ritory of tiie United Mates.
"Krsoioed, That it is tbe duty of Ann -Ma ve
ry men in Congress to propose and vote for acta
to repeal the slave code of the Distrit of Co
lumbia; to repeal tno act or 1V, reia ting to
fugitives from service; to provide against the
introduction of siavarv In .ny territory, and
such other laws as may be necessary or expedi
ent to withdraw the support of the Government
from slavery, and to array the powers of the
General Government on tbe Bids of liberty and
"Raaaiaed, That the allowance to the slave
States of a representation ia Congrea. and in
the electoral college, for three-fifth of their
laves, is unjust and anti-republican, and ought
to be abrogated with the least posaioi delay.
"Rtaalata, That the division or tbe Mate in
to judicial circuits, in such a manner that the
lave State may have five of the Supreme
Courts of the Union, while the free States, wlu
twice the number of inhabitant, have but four,
ia whollv unjustifiable, and should be supersed
avl bv a fair and equitable arrangement.
"r eea. Thai the laws la the several States,
deeiirned to oppress and degrade particular claa-
oi individuals, are maeiensioie in principle,
and eurht to be repealed.
"Jfrsoitxa, mat wo fully believe. that the
measures which we propose the exclusion of
slavery from our national territories, the prohi
bition of slavetiolding in an place nnaer me ex
clusive jurisdiction of the National Government,
and the discourngsment of It in the State by
national example and recommendation -will
result at no distant day, in the establishment of
Doaceful emancipation throughout the Union
-Raaalvad, That we hail with pleasure th be
ginning of action in the alave Stales in favor of
a ... , i .t i i . i .1
einancloalion, ana re guru wua aamirauoai maw
noble spirits who have engaged in toe just went
of redeeming their respective States from the
curse which has ao long rested npoa tnem
-Reaalatd, That w aay to Mm people or Uie
free States, ami non-slaveholders throughout
the Union, what John C. Calhoun haa said to
the slaveholders 'We must not bo denied.
Th time has come when the qneation must be
met It can no longer bo waded ; nor, if it
conld, I it dMirtbi. I no longer u ia postpon
ed, the more InUmse and dangerous will become
the hostile feeders between th iveholding and
oone-elaveholdlag State. With anion among
auraelvM. w hav nothing to fear bnt without
It varvthini-. The question la far above ths
party questions of Ui day
as. Is against a..
. Ho who is not for
The Baltimore American Is ont for Gm.
Taylor. And aa wa understand it, against a
National Convention. It say:
So wha other battles shall come, iavolvinr
groat national Interests, or, it may bo. tbo 1 ar
te grity of tbo Union, th p rosea e r uen. I r-
Loa at tbe head of tbo uovernment, wun mai
calm serenitr and uoduwnaved spirit which
havo given assurance of victory on otner Lews,
will Infuse confidence throughout tno coaairy
everywhere that all most co well.
Finally, and any rat, we rather from In In
dications In Kentucky, lennessee, ueorgia,
Pennsylvania, and other State that Gen. TaV
lob la unquestionably In the field. He baa not
made himself a candidal for th Presidency t
the People have done it. He has announced
the terms npon which he will sfsnd, and those
terms are accepted. Gen. Tat lob is in the field;
kt will mat withdraw ar ha withdrawn; far kt
never retreat ; kt never tarrendtrt. Th Peo
ple whe have called him to bis position wili
sustain him there. They claim him as thair
own. Conventione may recognize, bnt they
cannot appropriate him. Geoboc Vi ashjngton
ia now to have a successor.
The Houm Committee of the New York
Legislature, to which were referred certain me
morial, asking for Land Limitation and Ex
emption of the Homestead, haa reported in fa
vor of the viewa of the petitioners. Their dec
trlues are summed np in the three following
FiraL A limitation of th quantity of land j
that any individual may hereafter acquire in thi
State; aay to one hundred and sixty acres."
"Seeondlv. The exemption of th home-
tH of each familv. not to exceed 160 acres,
from alienation for any future debt or liability,
or in any manner, except by the joint consent
of husband and wife, where such relation may
"Thirdly. That by every constitutional
mean you will endeavor to prevent all further
traffic in the public lands of this State and of
the United State, and cans them to be laid
out in farm a ad lots, for thw free and xelu
ive use of actual settlers; and that you instruct
the ssnators and request the representatives In
Cougreas from this State to advocate these
measure, with respect to the lanJ now aader
control of the General Government
The Committee, after an elaborate rev iew of
the whole eubject, remark, "To none of the
propositions can your Committee find a valid
Connecticut. Tbe Whig State Convention
met at New Haven on tbe 3d, and nominated
Clark BiaU for Governor; Cbarle J. MiCur-
dy for Lieut. Governor; John B. Kobertson lor
Secretary of SUte; Joseph B.Gilbert for Treasu
rer; and AbijahCatliu for Comptroller. The
following are th delegate loth National Con
vention: C. W. Rockwell, Freeman Smith, J.
II. Brockway, J. F. liabcock, J. 1. irumDuii,
and N. U. White.
. Th Legislature of Georgia as
sembled at Millegev Me en Monday week, and
Governor Crawford sent in hi valedictory
Michigan has gone for the Democracy by a
Mr. Van Buren has published a letter on Na
tional affair. We have not room lor it thi
Ttto Median Coart Ilooae.
The meeting held in this city last evening
at th Court.lIoue, to take Into consideration
the present state of the country, a ad the bett
mean of terminating the wr, was not
rre aa ws expected it would be, but it was a
highly reepectabte gathering of the citizen of
The meeting was organized by calling Wm
R. Vance to the Chair, and by the appointment
of Cbartee J. Clark as Secretary.
A proposition was submitted for th appoint
moot of a committe to draft a preamble and re
solution for the consideration of the meeting.
and Judge Nicholas spoke at length on the pro
position, shadowing forth quite distinctly the
views to be presented to the meeting. Maj. P .
Butler, ia a few well timed remarks, plead for
lime for deliberation before action, and waa res
ponded toby Judge Bullock. Mr. Graves made
n few remarks, which we thought to the poiut.
ia nrging the fact that the constituted authori
ties of the lend, those to whom the people had
delegated all sufficient power, would soon have
all these matters before them, and seemed to
think they wre competent to manage them.
Upou the qneation oi in apoominieni oi
commute to report a prvaiuuiv "
th meeting decided that en ehould bs appoint
ed. The Chair named S. S Nichols, Wm. F.
Bullock, Tbo. Anderson, Chapman loieman,
Wm. Richardson, and E. G. McGiani.
Whit there canot b th tightet objection
to thi committe. ilhr oo me score oi res
pectability, standing, or intelligence for in
the rpect they eojoy a large public confi-
deace V't we regard the formation of it a a
most nnfortnnate one for the great oojeci in
r t . - u ..f Ik.
view. 11 win prove lauu u .j.v
original project The meeting wa elld with
out respect to parlies, it was urged that this was
to be ils character, and every reflecting man
knew, and now knows, that as ths a tion sf s
party th mealing can do ngod. The meet-
ng, however, waoi a p"j cnrwi -
ganizatioo. aud til commute roaoe accor
dingly. Thr were many respectable demo
crat in th house, ana noi i um w.
called npon in aay way to participate ia thee
important proceedings We cannot but regard
these things as most unfortunate for aay good
result. Il will now go forth to the eenntry.
not as the action of the people, but a the pro
ceeding of a party, and i shorn of all capacity
for doing good, wo need not say now uiucn
wa regret thi rolt,for w had been led to be-
eve that a very dinereni course weum vr pur
Thecommiltee retired, and after a abort ab-
seoc reported several resolution, and aa ad
dress of ue inconsiderable ability, i no resolu
tions Uke ground in favor of Santa Anna a pro.
positiou, for making th Nences the souther
boundary, and exteodins the liue to th 37th
dee- of latitude oa the Pacific, and creating the
. . .r I T : - - J
land between uie neoce ana n.n uhjw
aentral territory. This proposition was onsid-
rati a sufficient territorial basis for a treaty of
naaco between Ihe two countries.
Mr. 1 homavsun spoa at some leagui sgxiaai
the firt resolution, and gave some novel ac
aountaof the topography of Upper California
Of th account we shall have something te
At Ihe close of Mr. I bomasson a remarks ws
retired the meeting had dwindled dowa to a
very small one. Wo learn that the debate be
came a very elermy one towarde it close
Messre. Grave. Kichola and anc participa
ted in thi portion of lb proceeding. It did not
look much lik a peace meeting at ihie stage.
A motion waa made to postpone action en tne
resolution and add res nntil Wednesday vi
sing, which was passed.
Oo motion tne louowina; pimiw
ded to the committee on the resolution ana
address: Jaa. Galhn. W . S. metier, ja. ksoo.
P. Maxey, J. II. Harney and 1'. . Loignoo-
The meeting adjourned aboot 23 minutes past
11 a clock- Lanitwillt Owner.
gra natatai Vo.
Tho St Loo Is Reveille of the 2d announces
the arrival of Mr. McShane, who left Santa re
on tho 7th September. Mr. McShanv after
leaving SanU lr e, was overtaken by n letu r da
ted 9th September, in wnicn was mentioned, inai
Col. Easton had laed aa order forbidding the
ale of spirituous liquors to tbe troop; also pro
hibiting fmndmngaea and the game of meefe.
The calaboose had been full of soldier, under
arrest for disorderly conduct, but ever)-thing
was in better train for the future. The Mexi
cans evinced no disposition to give trouble, satis
fied from the arrival of troop, that tlier at
tsmnti would be promptly punished.
There were ia tho town of Santa Fe, Septem
ber 7th. Lieut Col. Easton's battalion f in
fantry: tho independent company of artillery,
under Capt Haendnbel; also, ix companies
of the 3d regiment Missouri mounted volun
teer, aa follow: Cspts. MeNsir, Korponay,
Jones, Boaks, Clarkoon, and Smithson.
Major Walker's Saata Fe battalion bad gone
among tho Navajoos. Lient Love' company
of draroon had left for Albuqaerqne.
Capt. McNair and Korponay had lout no
men on their march, and had but few sick. Cap
tain Boaks had lost oa the way three men and
his 2d Lient: Mr. McS. had not learned name.
Captain Smithson had loat eleven sua from
sickness and fatigue. Tho command of the
mAnntaul tnon had been saslrned to Capt Me-
NaJe. It waa thoarht th arrival of Colonel
Rala, a force weald bo sent dowa tho Rio Grand
Th Lafayette ( Ia.) Je.raal and Freo Pre, of
iau I bnrsday, stele that the killing of hogs ha.
worn going bristly at that plac for ebew
two weeks, and that a lot of new nork and Un
haa already been forwarded by the canal for lb
ar v l . J
I ora mar Eel. na nam paper add thai
in price lor lal nog haa been three dollars, aa
that this price is higher than packer will br
willing to pay for lots to come in after tbe pros
pect of getting lo market by way of the canal is
cioaeo. i not urn baa now arrived.
Ohio Canal. Thecamxge by the late freshets
on tno Uhio taaal near Cbiliieothe, is greater
than waa at firal eappoacd. Th Metropolis ol
W learn from Mr. Waddls, theengineer, thai
the canal 1 very mnch inured. There ar
break at three different point below this ulaee.
no two aoove, in moat serious or which la ai
the -Jasper Basin." It wiil require at leaM
three or four weeke to place Ihe caual ia navi
, . . ...
I.i man a Bond Th Tribune avs that un la
the 1st Inst. over $9,500,000 of the Indiana State
bonds have been surrendered and exchanged for
the new stocks, and sabscriiions to the Canal
Loan have been mad bv the holder f over
$8,000,000 of Ui amoaat. The whol bonded
debt wa abont $11,000,000, m that nearly lb
whole amoaat has been arranged. The new 5
per cent etock ia quote J at 53. Ths stock mar
ket ia inactive.
Steamboat Svnk Tbe New Orleans Evenin
Mercury, of th 30lh nit, says:
Y a learn from the clerk of the steamer Sr.
Helena, from Alexaadria, tnallae steamer Time
from Alexandria, bound for this port on Wednes
day th 27th, at 10 o'clock A. M., struck a snag
at Ama'a bar and sunk to her lower ruraJa ber
cargo, consisting of cotton, sogar, aud motMse.
all saved except what wa ia th kold.
The Mormon Battalion of volunteer in th
California service, wa I have been discharged
abont tbo middl of Jaly. There waa general
dissatisfaction, aa w learn.. amon- the N.ar
York regiment as lo the prospect offered l
the country, and all who could do so would re.
turn to tbe United State. Those with families
could hardly get away from the country. St,
uaaxa Kepmaiuan, Aee. jM.
Ohio Hog. Out of about two thonand hoes
which came down the railroad on Saturday,
there was one lot numbering about 120 the aver
age weight of which was 481 pounds. They
were all raised and fattened by on fanner, liv.
iug near Springfield. Kentucky which boasts
ef her hog-raising, is ckalletiged to produce an
equal. i, i nctn nati lemawrnai,
Sleiuhino andGbeen Cobn A private letter
from Chicago III., dated the Nth nit aays ;
"W had a Heavy lal I of anew last night and
this morning. Sleighing bells were heard in
the street at the aoiue lime we were eating
green corn for ainner; something ouparaileleu
in the hist jry of weather."
We learn from the Knoxviile papers that the
Eat Teuucsaee regiment is nearly cvinidete
uiae of the ten couipan.es required having al
ready been reported. ihe KnoxviUe ir.ouuc
savs: root present indications, we tbiuk there
will be surplus compauiee auwugh, after filling
up our regimeut, to supply the deficiency of Ala
Miami Canal. The water is again in and on
Saturday afternoon this level wa nearly filled.
I be-first boat from freyoaa tne sreax arrives
about half past 4 P. M. A Urge number ol
boat were here nearly ready to go out, and the
packet left of Saturday afternoon.
The Brookville (la.) American, of the 5tb
A yet we have heard of no preparation for
packing pork In this place thi winter. In oor
late peregrination through thia State, we learn
that drover ar contracting for bog at $3 IK.
The Elizabethtowa Register says thai the
measlee have been prevaleut in that section for
nearly three mouths. It estimate the number
of cases in that town and vkiuity at 300, and, ol
late, several case hay terminated fatally.
Ji'dce Read, or Ohio. There are melancholy
reporta in circulation a to this iudividoal. The
Cleveland papers say, that he bad committed the
wont of crime, in that city, that he U ul bwu
ordered out of one hotel, and refused admittan:e
iuto other. He i one of the J udgee o f the S a
preme Court of Ohio.
A Laice Dbive. A drove of rattle and horn,
numbering 17lK) brad, passed through, Cincin
nati, on the 8th. They were driven f.'om Indi
ana, and are destined for Washington county,
The Washington Union of Nov. alh.aavs that
Gen. Taylor haa asked and obtained leave of
absence for six months. He would reach New
Orleana about tbe 1st of December.
The Federal court for the tiUtrict of Kentucky
commenced it session, at i rankfort, on .Monday,
Judge Monroe presiding.
Tna Tenncmeb Election William B. Tal
ly and Robert J. McKinney have been elected
by the Legislature Judge of th Supreme Court.
The ateamer Sultan, from Ouachita Is New
Orleans, struck a snag ia Atchafalaya, and souk
iu eight feet water total lone cargo of 200
bales cotton saved. No lives lost
A Chlbch Bibnt. To Preebyteriaa church
at Columbia, Tenn., wa burnt on the 31st Oct.
(Sunday.) The cbarch caught fire from aa
adjoining building which had been set oa fire.
The Mavor of Lexington offers a reward ol
$500, for the discovery and apprehension of the
perpetrator of the murder of Mrs. Warren.
It has been decided, aaya th Baltimore Ameri
can, in one el the courts oi loarieaioa, y
Jadge Frost, that a person of free Indian de
scent unmixed with negro blood, is a freo per
se a f color, and therefor an incompetent wit
ness. This decision is in opposition to the
Draetice which haa hilbert obtained ia the
court of South Carolina, free IndUn and tbe
descendant of fr Indian in amity with th
State having been always regarded as competent
witnesses in th superior courts.
AGENTS FOR THE EXAMINER.
J. B. Rcssei.l, Gazette Offic, Cincinnati, U.
White &. Potteb, 15 State atreet. Boston.
Euas Smitb, 143 Nassau etrt Nw York.
John. ScnoLEfiELO, S. E. cor. Arch & oth sis.,
HsBMtaf tam IfWra.
ra-tllK nderalvasd msnosss ha Mish VVeehiv ra-
I ner. wUnUieabovatMle. at Mocaswin a. Mar
atiall rauaty, irginia. It will b devoted to Woral.lv.
galwloa. roll! leal. and vMral inieiiMreac. sm rcza.
Emaneipatloa. Tb etci l in tumor wiurs
..m iha rmm at l a Sanaa, and nake in l aii an
Immsih aad tnstmcttv IsmUv per. na
mal nur,mns will I by every fearer!. l Aaatitnliona
rhbiu iih.S. ia rawer ue nraauerny f Mr
gtaia.byadyoeailn tbee'alm at l-lteriy. as lb raf
.j i..m mm wMarh ta balld Ibal araaorrlty.
It will b edited by asson naaaias. m emnariiua
wbh nor irorrsnundlig fcdiiora. base alwl'lf
a known. Tn advaMaxta ' mauMawing a well eon
darted and entcieat aewaiiper. at an AaU B.averr
hararler. ta IM Old IMnuaKM.can arareeiy amines
win Imher tor Edwralto. ba itn uw twruvj
rranrhb. and la abMMi th Englaib. Mmtartbirat. eua-
ly rlr jttdiralar- and la Nuota'e Ilk piw at lb
Ainerwaa laaiHaiaoa na imw pwv
1'aa suherriMio orir. will k 1 w uutar per an-
la advanea. AU saraaas as vbm tim riunumlas
is seal, ar requested to forward H. with their -um.
and eacr ethers as Ibey may a au i aotaia. as ama
A w Pasjuiatsb.
Mothimtiu.- fmpX,A . 1. 14?.
ISAAC PUGH & CO.,
S tin. Ctwanal trt P HltADEI. PHIA
Mnnfaeturr and ImBortrnief raper Hanging aad
tiara always hand, aa larg an iaitmint a aay b
tn cay. m tne amaram enus f
American &. Freoclt Paper Hanrinc.
Borden, Fres o 3t Column Par era, Wid
Window Ppers,"Fir Board PnnU, Otc
A II ef w birh w 111 h sid th most feasaaahle torsaa
Wholaaal and BetalL Coaairy ax re ha nu ar partic-
rly lavueJ lo tall.
IRA BIRDS ALL.
No. 631, Main St opposite) Bank of Ky
at a a aW mmia. WboWaato aad Retail, a fall as-
BrtBvBtftnMrf a-;lwrs. Maaafact.
tad by -
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flKt-nANic") Tg. nroiki
id ataftwi Vaaiar t
gtiUara' Haidmara.aad JNataaaat'
Tmmlm ma arena.
r ..vnraan. Cnmmnw'a. Cabiaast, Watew and Chair
U Makar'a Tao f rrary sWriajoa.aJaTan band
ar mad I araer at aoart ant Ira. Aha. Onmwaaal
iiw i-a. and I air ha Broad. Nafiww. aad Cun
MatMK Canlaat Bardwar.Mahoyaay Kaaba, ad
iintwnl asatwM at HardwarV. ens aaed by lleaaa
TT.TTl CabiMt Makara. AU at wbatk wiil b said
at BOri prams.
ECM AEKTh. ae nhm WMk kaa
my(batwale.a 'ariV lb atlwr iaraa
aa had taaaHtraMe qaawnies of rain. Ttoav
osidMn-c b bow very clear ad eaht
The rhre sine jaaaertfar avers lag baa rwea ahM
three fri; aad taer la aw kefa-en, av , aaTaa4
a lest water lb falls, aad ming rapidly. fvetl
Soau ttammrm Ihe CaJla "
Fife oar la rkly Keview we have aad . ,,t..i
Iran. Ear, waieb has kroa;al stUl fori be Bewsean-
seraieg ta eaaaaacfeia! rrbis which Bas see aa i. iu.
"I place te Great Britain, aad as ws I t x jerlari.
ias had ka influence naoa the waeiaef ear ni eam.
tr, la evrral T her aiaptc otitis, th principal tela
Via a-lirl mt Catum. which. Sebre Ihe arrival of the
teaa.er.had jotiea dowa lo a very low kotch, hat wis
Sues still tower aaow the aaerehaata iseeiviea: their
privai advices, aad our hat aai (torn I he Caer
ekka Uaia Ibai th aaarkst wa eaeseSiafly rpnaie.
a id vry light IraasKiMxia bad seen nude. Tb edWl
m thia aaarket ha Been very slijJn, ea account at -.her
eiu each lisailad aVaaaad.
TH aiTa.:! ea I ha swloljf Breadrtufb ww also mt-
pressi'f, tal it i thoaabt keiilsMN twaing. aa.ib ws
plies ar ralbav limited.
Tb market for all kiad a eaorsaiae. with the a-
p4nnf toffee, i vary iui aad Iraaaactioes eoaCaed
t mail sales. Sugar aad MirtaMes ia panlealar. aiw
Tlw slack 4Ba4sa aad kors, is still larg aad i
aolseemlbediailBiJd. The shipmeau sad iceik
areheietibaalaa itH, aad thr Ie B davpotdthMl
i tbe sari of hofaler lo give way.
Th marks tut Ia Uooa kt still most eareilea'.
luoogh aot s heavy as the bet week. Ik Mock w
rood aad addilioas ar being mftt daily.
Th weather having changed maiderahly within tb
past iwrtbit dare, ir fork snrrehaJU hat har a
a d legin their alangbter f boav. aad as 1 ihle
iliae.near SIM, kav been killed. Drover are hiiac lo
iavak coa4rarta, Mm their lignre a, IM high. Tka
eking afck3feitl. It ia aretty marh tb nrn
trtaclnaaii. Beyers vary anwilllMf lagiv awb high
We, roo.)iirnll wetaaaol Breperlj give ejaotatkM.
bat lliiuk w rha't be enabled le giv (air valiona m
ur eat weekly lepwt.
BEAN'S Ar worth 9Ce par haahal fraea wigoa ard
(I per bil free, atore.
B"tN..!S Beat t'hakar ar watth 09 aad rmmmm
1 1 In I 'i per dusea.
felTTr.K-llaawiiadaliul.lbheat W. 1. kei.
ol I at ide.
B K LK V la hawsm at 0e per kawh
KKWrt AI-Na cuaage, worth ! tt.
tOTTON-Tbra).'iUIdoalag m tbisartirwibat
And U 1'e diAeiilt k attain correct aantai Ions.
market ateitremely doll, aad wegrv as In be-hest
I lr 9e. r.M lute w new arnvmf .
Ihwe beiug but a very limited ser-pi ia
he mai krt wa ran hear of .'at verv lutil - ' -
at ar l. weeks IraiwarlKma. 8lre from wasonaof
hlcaat . ie. aa.l ec fiom atwe. all tne fhuawai. mu..
f m aiw ar Uke al ac. aad tales treaa Han made at
ty-: teat barxe Bium are werih btr; w hear at a Mia
rowBMM ants; grera tiMMMara and liwa Iim iu.
Muraar' he Jai :iic f tjrmf. aid je lni:a.
KUIU as Bt.flL M Owl in la a ma earaaual
daily roaada lumt Ibe quulalioaa ia iha last is wreke
arena la ha aamaiiied. an that Ibrre we, i. i m4m
piMiilon ia hulotr. Mt gire wa iibe wi.hel beyars.
I laero are oi tmmf mi a Mh every v and km
it I hem ar .ode lac lor furater aad tor laik-i. I um
aaramx a mvia sale at au. IjU. aud J e Hagjuig.aad
aad WJ aa aw raw ijk aaa , aM ram.
9TaTsarr ar liaaira aa nra.
ork a aand.Xov. 10. le4T--.-
trrrred daring 10 wreh.....
.... a avJ
-Uiippad dnriag th wak-
Aork oa hand. Nov 10. 1(17.
trcivad durwg In week.....
dipped dorbig lb week.... .
rOTTi BtTTIN'fi Tliere I ao cbaaeaT4 w
qnole ar av-turr anv l-tr.
". I viid l"r e siatnMwry.aal sale made every
day at 1 1 hit tar aad aileu t'ordate.
t'HEEE. Thrr k ronailnabi grmneae w le mar
ket Sn ilia article, aud Mtgaaud tots can bebangM mr hna
Htri EE. There is rhaur in the ra.. for thrs
ariirie. bai if Ba-t'le. k.!rrv aia graarr than heteia
ote. and tin ra will al liaelv a atv dreu aaul ita
rvreipl at larser nark. W - tae kaxa tia al ei
r 4ae or lor leo. Uavai-a .c.; tag-aua ai etc
Java 123 13c.
t' A N Wi-iii. 9i ar CanJlea w s"e al 23e; Tallow at
)RV Arrive in amalt ajiiantiliea and is sold al ?V
for nrw from wagua, aad 30e Iroan alar. Obi canlia
are nl t fa.. wacMt, an aa (ma slare.
t'ttti There is bat Mule I'tn ni and rales have ad
vaneedaJigMly. lean sold at H by Iba boat band, retail
yrtcr pol ai.r-rd Mure mar last leanrl.
INiTToN V.iBNJ. Narhant) price, ritrahnrgh
being kekt at . S and Sr.; areurding M namlwm.
1 T I'LE. rates of Rreva at from 3 In I) per rwl.
heep tl J t .t. aeeatdia t qaalaiv. NacasJia:)
rnwa. LaaahaBI jo. Caivaa bar vaai f ile X Caw
ai:d t alreagliioti.
(The aiail ai calito. At., alaaghsercj earb week
forcit) cuaim;Hio. rmbrare siaiail lite fbllowmf r.
awmnt. A hrnd of rallb.. Mm attrmp and laaalia M.- n
and 4tCa.ve. Tb lata rranaia lb. aaaaa aa ajuot. d
Uk .0 itH. Cabot A, art: A:iihey n, w. infer -
or Waiuia 7vr; A A Ticks lt;Nallma aVi It!..:
wiher braeo. lo l6e; brawn lri Imya 9r. btech-4
ond.S t l"c: blue riinu. F a I Biyer. M l te .da a
Uerriaiack. I'llv. anrv da 7 K. IV. KM riaanel.
I XV: Jeans ta Xk. fbud l.iae)s Irta .
I l.l.l it In arriving in naedTaa au.Hlnira. Tim
lata Earnpean news ban and mm Mule e.reci on the
market, bnt mat as miath a wmld ka a I perked. Wa
near mt nai IransariaDna a anv graat eaten, aaoaa ram
briiig la siuail bus al 1 1 TO io 4 ..V. and i CO pern are
ka-rJ. AHIbati.madaatt'bv Miltam antppwi avail!.
l b T tl si 'UMlMta. at la smc per an.
Ft tXSKtJt. (tab areaMdsalKie bv the aaantiiv.
rat'lTS N Inrard r.arlaa. wartb IliilalU
per be. Oranresarearllmgai tl perbuad ed. Imoa
hare Tuna do a twa-thBdaainee tbeamvnlai'nrw mt.
aay fmua a la to fa per kva. a I'm in atarkrl. MB
Baawns w Ue al a a urr not; 9 9 A lawaud 1 rrv
per a: rrana -jur. ana aaaei arraiiis 3r; .nparvaaai.
FIM. niambei I a Ml in th mark.; .No. 3
3oith as ar ket e wqwoted l pr brL
Kt i'.l. VVoanl raaaaaa anuat lb aam tltw
UL'.NNT n.tr:-9oaa bts bald al 9i: Ma. ket
aiKdalion l2Ur for rood aad 17 to I m seroad baud.
;kEE AITLtJ Bed belli riowars commajad -
per bnl and othrr khaaa a I a.
UIXENti Ueciinr some iiiu iroat isst wee ng-
nres. worth -.'V per lb.
II KM f Y a har a large traasarlMHM ! Bailee. TB
msika infirm nl br per cwt wHh aa apward landency.
Arrmnf tn anaderm aaaluiea.
iir eateraaiwartnil pr in. LkrBbaier(
warth r2.r pet lb.
IIAV-.-o enan. nappiy aemg eagnw 10 arniM
We quota at Bar wr baiaU bom kort, aad $11 pet Ion.
ay larra aaaaua are from river.
IMUtaVA wnna g i per in.
IRON W bam na rhaate ta nan ire. Cbarronl
Bloom worth e. Tcs s road biaat. .s per tarn.
tABfl. !oe ama Iktls f new bare bar brnacM
ia aa aaarkat and antd at e. v ary na as taa nMraea
A ajum oW at i a le mr barret aad ka.
Lr. V t i se iat wneaa uara are nnruaarva. r im
at 44te: Bartrxtstre V B.
I.i. T H l-n .-u ning XAsrue; teainargiiM
tripper irtW pat oa:Cf Skbs -JB to a M
urr dni ; Bridal hij ait to At. and Harneaa arMS ..
MULtKuv rne naaikal ka ama ana mnasney -
cUtedly downward al c.
M t LT 7 5e per I inane I M pau lor tnis anici.
Ml r l t.Ci Aal ikal aa araxM la aaarket
of i It very aM ,uiiy, ) purtaastd atti au at ih fac
MAUUtt 1 n awnm nana ar a luu aaucv amw mm.
II is worth li te'lar.
AIU8 Aasoated atl s. ss a a.
(t TS Frota wagon ar bong tMat lac aad said A-sat
lore al 30e
.MtS. tard Od tram Taew y, at qajntad at 70 pe
ga'ik ana Laaaaaa ui aa aa wim mm gauow a aacunv
mr latter. ... . .
eo I- TOFjI Ar selHBg ram mar at i ia ta t a
Ima laj Fom Birte a $ 1 Hiaa.ini. kaMarkr a.na
S.wa.--B; llsvtry Mi" 3&Sjm, Waaler Bin 3,7
JI.WH Ktsatirkg al XiKt,..
r laTKa iaAl.e-t"r".
SH'tiAB. Toe stmlenry Is tiv.1 d-ywsward. llMvagb
oar ncaraa ar aot aiterad -lb market ia knaaunaie. na
Bring made, wnb tne eteeatana ar laai arveaa iua
asamptioai Brawa Haraua, U "t, aad Whites ai
t-g la renin.
SALT W nav Bwena-rfn ia aorir la mhsh,
th; priraw bain reinlated By Iba eaaapaay. W a aas
at 30c per bannel. a id lanpsciwa.
aiAP Wa . warm e.
HO T Wa aasra at a t 30 by IB ha- and 1 O ky
(rs raieer twwee Ibaa laa wets' qaMannas,
: Li.kt Tl !" ia ra.u at mt aa iva.
JEFUA From stare, wa uaxe Sard ly al Oc
rbanh M'bjvsv 14 eaat Taaoiby.(pae) 1 SOdlS 7i;
Bed Top ?V; tVcbard airaa. taw la a li WM rn
clean) (I JO: !u tn) (atnpa) .i aa.
!k.rAnUlt. WtcaM a vary eavariee artlrka, nana
i"mm llta ha whe ti.ni riaal aaarb prtea larraaa-
Mana are aold earb waak Irani IB maaaraetory maaar
ilwatamey a. Tytm.ot Main aaraai. Male bta atae
T LLW-7l re ee.
TIN rttTB Tbw artlcl firm at BlBMaM tlL
Ti BA11X rUb-a lSar al Planter's wnrehoaaa at
0 bbda aa falbnr: I bbd Brat rasa at B 0, aad Bbd
third riali 30, 3 ; 1 Ui. g , I Ht, I JIO. 3 It, I ft
and IS Haaa at Wt bbda mt Tndd'a. via.: 0 bads aiaa I
nin nl I Tia. 4 i at, 3 Ba, 4 10 and 4 OA, Uwd
tat at 3 UaadS 10.
unaaiaa w-a al 1 oam a aaaaana isw tawsiie aw
lag raag of pvtr:
For Brat rat frt - . .OASOMBaU
- PeeuBd f t.7i
- Third ... 9Aa - $3.7
F!es ef lb work al Flavtm's aatoaal b M kasVv
Far Brat rala ft ;at.rwt BOM
- Third 0a - BJ.:
AVIIlKKY Th rahng prlr Ihw wwa Be I
19. kf ra ton trt Raw. aad lec Uw Rarlittad. bajt
muraing seitor baand Baud a anng a. mmn.
leV. MMra hara nat nroooed any a gaMUkal
IVR B T. rkall m je: eaaaaiag Na ntowly.
WOOU Fh-kedand TBwsaawt3B.
V I N lt CLAItl Baatanatfa nl by M aalhvat t
pwbos.andBw t by W.Ba wssaed. , .
WHITE LE.D-o cbaag front last eoetabMar
Par n arlliar at 1 7 to 17i. N I at tl i I .
BXCaAwF-Etehang oa t. rk. rhnaaatpbba
a.i.i... laakalnlmnisa. Taa an aa Bank
iliosMint: (reorgia I " dr.nt; !w OrteaaO
, pwdJl ,TtawBt-.arldasaW..aij jV
to l per rsvAdbcaat: tadmaa . J mt aaat Sia-
. A k a.ai - - aShanaaflhaa naAT - J n at imBAVi sbbbb aa anava
jr'mmTiVarmUml'am IA prVes